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the next five days. >>> today, presidents past and present gathered in washington, d.c. to mark the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. it was on this day in 1963, dr. martin luther king shared his dream of the american future. >> when all of god's children, black men, and white men, jews and gentiles, protestants and catholics will be able to join hands. >> more than 2,000 people heard the historic address as they crowded together on the national mall in the sweltering august heat. today's events were rich in historic symbolism, as kraig bosswell reports. >> reporter: bells range out at the let freedom ring commemoration at the exact hour dr. martin luther king jr. delivered his now famous vision. the unforgettable voice paved the way for this moment. president obama, the nation's first black president, spending exactly where dr. king stood, reflecting on the progress and the work that remains. >> no one can match king's brilliance, but the same flame that let the heart of all who were willing to take the first step for justice, i know that flame remains. >> jim crow had a son
from the san diego area has now been extended to washington and oregon. investigators say she was kidnapped by a man suspected of killing her mother, and possibly her brother as well. james dimaggio, and hanna anderson may be headed to canada. a friend of dimaggio's says he was obsessed with her. >> hanna will come back. and ethan, and tina, i love you both. >> the body were found in the ashes of the house, along with the male child. he has not been identified, but it could be the body of 8-year- old ethan. >>> new video from oakland, where a large tree fell on top of a car. the tree came down about 6:45 tonight, on bancroft avenue near 55th. >> i wanted to cry. i don'thave money to pay for this. >> the owner told us, she had just gotten her car back from the shop. >>> $1 million. that's now the average price of a home in santa clara county. maureen naylor live with what's behind the leap over last year's average. >> gasia, this campbell home is one example of how fast prices have gone up. now 5 months later, it's in escrow, with a list price of $1,080,000. the house sold for
and washington legalized recreational marijuana use. and in some states, marijuana possession is simply a misdemeanor with a fine. >> we can't treat low level drug offenders one way by the states, whether it's diversion, whether it's treatment in lieu of conviction and then the federal government would treat them another way. >> reporter: some say with the problem of prison overcrowding there should be more restrictions. >> i think there's the sense throughout the state that incarceration is not the answer. >> reporter: i did put a call in to the attorney general in washington, d.c., but with the time difference, i have not receive add call back. jana katsuyama, ktvu news. >>> possession of the drug for personal use is a misdemeanor. cultivation of marijuana, possession for sale and sale of marijuana are felonies with one exception, people with written approval from a physician and a county issued marijuana card can legally possess and cultivate marijuana. >>> crews were pouring a concrete foundation for four steel seismic saddles. cables will run through the saddles to hold the deck do
. what a great opportunity to get back into a tie for 1st place. ron washington, wracking up more wins than any other previous ranger manager. not tonight. brewers getting it. scooter, two home runs, that one takes the 1-1 tie. the rangers, leading the a's to the west by a game. i guess you can say when under achievers collide. pretty much the story line back in washington, d.c. tonight. nationals and giants, a couple teams expected to contend for the post season. in fact, both doing a major claim. tensions begin to show. in the dug out. gonzalez, worth, have words, gonzalez thought worth was not hustling enough. 1-0 after a long rain delay. gets the run for the grounder right under. they tie it 1-1. did not last long. even up. man on, adam likes what he sees. 2-run jacks it for the nats. 4-2 finals. giants leave 12 men stranded. you have seen that before. 49ers are ready for their trip to kansas city and a reunite with alex smith friday evening. and one would like to remind everyone he would like the opportunity to show he is more than just a tight end. sports, part 2, next [ female a
of a super secret area 51 in newly declassified documents. george washington university national security archive recently received a cia history of the plane with mentions of area 51. previous versions of the history have taken it to nevada where the government is throughout to test weapon and intelligence tools. researchers say it suggests the cia is less secutive about the existence of area 51. >>> from new guards to new locks. security changes made at bay area campuses as students go back to cool. >>> but up first, a reputation for prostitution. now this mottle is about to be torn down. the community is calling it a victory. >>> and a reminder you can get ktvu news to go. download the app and click the icon and watch all of our newscast live on our mobile device. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aun
. >>> the lincoln memorial in washington, d.c. is shining once again three weeks after it was vandalized. someone threw green paint on to the marble at the memorial back on july 26. most of it was removed that same day but traces of paint remain. a treatment applied to the statute overnight removed the remaining paint. officials have charged a chinese citizen with an expired visa for the vandalism at the cathedral. >>> and work on the martin luther king is being completed. the new inscription should be ready later this month in time for the 50th anniversary of the march on washington and that famous i have a dream speech. >>> an interesting day today. pretty nice a lot like yesterday. fog along the coast right now. as we head into the bay area weekend tomorrow about the same as today slightly cooler. that means temperatures back into the low 90s in the inland bay valleys. currently 69 in fairfield, 67 in livermore. fog is at the coast. one other thing comes into the works. the computer models, tomorrow morning they start coming up from the south. that's sort of the precursor for tropical moistur
to be fresher and more accurate. >> reporter: washington state based inrex is now providing the data. >> we used crowd sources technology to deliver traffic information. we get that information from cars, fleet vehicles like ups drivers and taxi cabs and from mobile phones. >> reporter: inrix is predicting the most congestion on thursday and friday afternoon. >> it's going to be tough like monday morning commute. >> reporter: heavy traffic is also expected in marin county between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. saturday. many drivers say they will try to avoid the congestion as much as possible. >> for the five days it shut down since i will either be going 92 and go over that bridge which i imagine will be about yeah probably three times as busy as normal. >> reporter: ntc adds if you don't already have one getting ntrax should be easy to help you get around over labor day weekend. cara liu, ktvu news. >>> pedestrians and bicyclists can also use the bay bridge when it opens. for the time being it will only go part way on the span. it is expected at least a year for that bike path to go from oakland t
. >>> in washington, the tough decision now is whether the u.s. should cut off military aid to egypt. arizona senator john mccain voted to maintain aid but has since changed his mind after visiting cairo. >> to sit by and watch this happen, is a violation of everything that we stood for and when we threatened something as we did that we would cut off aid, that the administration did and then not do it then you lose your credibility and your influence. >> in the wake of violence last week, president obama suspended joint military assistance with cairo but has stopped short of cutting off the $1.5 million in aid. >>> egyptian americans and their supporters rallied at the united nations plaza. >> will always be in our hearts. >> reporter: protesters raised our hands in the name of rama where hundreds died. the organizers said the rally was mostly about protecting human rights in the wake of the violence. >> this is very exciting. this is beyond political affiliations. this is more about respects human rights and respecting morals. watching what's happening we had to come here and voice our concerns. >>
in washington dc 50 years ago. >> he says martin luther king's message is just as important now as it was then. >> this remembering that the battle and the fight still continues. say it with me. i have a dream. >> in san jose they marched from the county building and in progress must continue. >> a significant number of black people without jobs and civil rights is being violated and i look at trayvon martin and we need to move forward. >> the quality injustice that extends further than it did in 1963 but not far enough. they held this rally on the steps of san francisco's city hall. >> you don't have to be an icon, you have to do your part. >> jacob smith says he will certainly will. >> this is my effort and it should be a dedication to every citizen of america to make sure that doctor king's vision comes to reality. >> festivities will continue this week with the event on the actual anniversary on wednesday right here at city hall. in san francisco, anne, ktvu channel 2 news. >> that's 200, 000 people came to the nation's capital to commemorate of the 50th anniversary of that march and spee
the state department in washington. officials there have announced a plan to shut down all u.s. embassies and consulates due to an unspecified threat. they're taking the action out of an abundance of caution but did not say how long they would remain closed. egypt, iraq, and afghanistan are the focus. sunday is a workday in those countries, but embassies in europe and latin america would be closed that day anyway. >>> an alameda judge accused of stealing $1.6 million from an elderly neighbor pleaded no contest today. paul seemen was arrested in june of hast year after a two-year investigation. today he entered the no plea contest to charges of elder abuse and perjury. instead of a prison sentence he gets five years probation. he is also barred from practicing law in california and is paid about $300,000 in restitution. his sentencing is set for october 22nd. >>> the city of richmond will file a haw suit against chevron related to hast year's refinery fire. the fire did great harm to the community and chevron needs to be held accountable. it was august 5th when fire sparked from a ruptured
vega. >>> it was announced today that besos is buying the washington postfor $251 million. it's not buying it through amazon he's buying it as an individual. the news came as a surprise to newspaper employees. the post has been run by the graham family for generations but revenue is declining and the post is hoping that a new owner like besos can fire it up. >>> the white house blog says that questions can be submitted on twitter, you tube, instagram and vine with the hash tag asking obama housing. you can also find links at zilo. the event will begin at 10:00 pacific time. >>> spare the cows by turning to stem cells? the results of the first taste test of the test tube burger. >> i'll lay down the break down of when temperatures will start trending higher again. >> and in two minutes, bay area bigotry. >> it's hurt me, it's disrupted me. >> coming up, hear about bay area crime. >>> we're finding out more about the hardware store employee who was stabbed to death yesterday and what police say may have been a random attack. the coroner identified the victim as 51-year-old danie
olympics. in washington, jaquelin fell, ktvu news. >>> another round of low clouds and fog pushing back into the bay. the latest satellite you can see some of the overcast over san francisco, san mateo, oakland and hayward. this happened earlier today. our time lapse looking across the golden gate bridge. as a result that's going to push all the way inland. that will set the stage for a partly to mostly cloudy morning. here we go tomorrow morning. some drizzle possible once again especially right in the immediate coastline. right around the bay at 7:00. temperatures to start your saturday morning on the cool side. low to mid-50s out there. mountain view 66 degrees. livermore 54. coming up in the next half hour, the lowest temperature in the weekend. >> and the lug boat has made its final trip. workers will soon begin stripping the vessel for scrap parts to recycle. the boat was part of the love boat series. >>> the powerful group of people who are not jumping in line. >> one game closer to a championship. the bay area team on the road to the little league world series. >>> the president
to commemorate the march at washington. crews were on scene. this weekend they plan to reenact the 1953 march for civil rights led by dr. martin king jr. that's when dr. king delivered his historic i have a dream speech. >>> the u.s. postal service commemorated the anniversary of the march by releasing a new postage sample. actress gabrielle union attended the release. >>> officials with the ride sharing company say it is money was raised as an investment by google ventures and tpg. they say it'll be used to expand to the new markets and begin new marketing efforts. uber has added new board members from both google and tpg. >>> singer linda rondstand has been diagnosed with parkinson's department. she received the diagnosis eight months ago after going to her doctor to find out why she was having trouble singing. she is 67 years old and worried that she will never be able to sing again. >>> this fire is burning within 5 miles of a major bay area water supply. we will break down what's being done to make sure the water is safe to drink. >>> then unions say b.a.r.t. won't return to the bargaini
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